Review by Peggy Randall-Martin
(The Val & Kit Mystery Series)
by authors, Rosalind Burgess and
Patricia Obermeier Neuman
Rarely are two polar opposites as well suited for lasting friendship as Val and Kit, but the combo is dynamic. What one doesn’t research, the other imagines … they could have been the love children of Erin Brockovich and Columbo!
Their day to day lives couldn’t be more different, but that’s the foam in their lattes as they mix their fun-loving, diverse personalities with a by-the-seat-of-your-pants investigation into the strange disappearance of a former classmate.
“The Disappearance of Mavis Woodstock” is the first case for the lifetime friends, but it won’t be their last adventurous journey behind closed doors where misconceptions may be the only clues, and truths trade places with well told lies.
Val and Kit are a couple of sometimes serious, wise-cracking hometown gals who have adapted an adage that many adult children around the world live by: growing old is mandatory; maturing is optional!
Congratulations to authors, Roz (Val) and Patty (Kit), on this funny, well done, mysterious and often comical first edition of “The Val & Kit Mystery Series,” and it’s good to know that edition two is in the works.
Thank goodness none of us have to don our armchair detective hats and investigate the location of the nearest place where “The Disappearance of Mavis Woodstock” is available for purchase! CLICK on the cover image below for an opportunity to read a free excerpt and option to purchase!